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Selected news stories about the Pew Internet Project and articles citing our data.
Oct 13, 2004InternetNews.com
"The Pew telephone survey of 2,200 American adults was undertaken just one month before the U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation to allow prescription drug imports from Canada and other countries. The Senate has not enacted similar l...
Oct 11, 2004CBSNews.com
Of the 4 percent of Americans who bought online, the vast majority went to pharmacies based in the United States, meaning the population of online drug importers is even smaller. Most said the site required a prescription and said they had one fro...
Oct 7, 2004The New York Times
'In particular, IM seems to be moving onto cellphones,' said Amanda Lenhart, a research specialist for Pew Internet. 'Our sense was that text messaging and IM was beginning to blur.'
Aug 12, 2004The Philadelphia Inquirer
The Pew Internet & American Life Project released results of a survey yesterday suggesting that even though millions of people go online for a host of everyday activities -- shopping, correspondence and banking, to name just a few -- they still pr...
Aug 12, 2004The Orlando Sentinel
The Internet's everyday appeal among adult Americans is broad but shallow, concludes the study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project, which found that two-thirds of Internet-using Americans favor more conventional ways of communicating, gett...
Aug 11, 2004MSNBC.com
Our lives just wouldn't be the same without the Internet, yet we're somehow living most of our lives offline. So says the latest study from the nonprofit Pew Internet & American Life Project, which tracks our online habits. Of those Americans who ...
Aug 4, 2004Mercury News
Nearly 90 percent of Americans who go online said the Internet plays a role in their daily routines and 64 percent said their daily activities would be affected if they could no longer use the Internet.
Jun 30, 2004USAToday
The world is heading online, and that includes our public governmental agencies. In a recent report by the Pew Internet & American Life Project on "how Americans get in touch with government," the conclusion is drawn that "Internet users benefit f...
May 26, 2004technews.com
Telephones, letters and face-to-face contact still beat out the Internet when it comes to how Americans choose to interact with their government, according to a report released earlier this week by the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
May 25, 2004Government Computer News
According to research released today by the Pew Internet and American Life Project, 97 million Americans either used government Web sites or e-mailed government officials in 2003, 50 percent more than in 2002.
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The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trust.